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We shall according to our custom suppose a practical pro- blem which introduces the case of solution in question. This proportion is also applicable to ati 3123300 case where two angles and the interjacent side of a triangle are given.

## Le Morte d'Arthur: King Arthur and the Legends of the Round Table by Thomas Malory

Such is the case in the problem at Art. The importance, where any considerable degree of accu- racy is required, of ati 3123300 method of solution by calculation, instead of that by construction, will appear from the fact, that yrith tolerably accurate ati 3123300, and some care in the con- struction, we made the required side, which we here find to be Involving the same case of solution combined with the solution of a right angled triangle. An observer upon a plain, desires to find the height of a neighboring hill above the level of the plain. It must be observed that 9. We shall next derive a formula for the ati 3123300 of a triangle, when the three sides are given, and one or all of the angles required. Suppose now that the perpendicular falls without the tri- angle. Then Geom. The solution is left as an exercise for the ati 3123300. We proceed now to demonstrate some formulae which expi:ess relations between the different trigonometrical lines of the same arc, and between the trigonometrical lines of two different arcs. They are introductd here because necessary for the solution of the few cases of plane triangles which remain. We shall first derive formulae by means of' which, when the sines and cosines of two arcs are known, tbt sint and cosine of their sum or difference may be found. The reason appears from the following proportion. These four fomnilfe for the sine and cosine of the sum and difference of two arcs shonld be commiited to memory, as they are couscanily recurring In trigonometry and in the higher analysis. By means of this last, and a very simple formula de- pending upon the well known property of the right angled triangle, that the square of the hypothenuse is equal to the sum of the squares of the other two sides, a formula ex- pressing the value of the sine of half an arc in terms of the arc itself may be obtained.

The formula ati 3123300 upon the property of the right angled triangle, will be found by referring to the last diagram, in which the triangle cpm is right ati 3123300 at p, whence Geom.

By Art. Let there be three places at distances from each o her respectively of 60, 60 and 70 miles. Required the angle under which two roads must depart from that which is 60 and 70 distant from the other two, in the direction of these last. Before treating of the only remaining case in the solu- tion of triandes, it will be convenient to demonstrate some additional general formurse which shall present certain import- ant relations of the trigonometrical lines of two different arcs ; which formula are of frequent use in the higher analysis, are employed in the subsequent parts of the work, and will be immediately of service in deriving a formula for ati 3123300 last case of plane trigonometry which we have to consider.

Add together equations 5 and 7 of Art. Let ABC be any trian- gle ; then Art.

This proportion is employed when two sides and the in- cluded angle of a triangle are given to find the other parts. After which, having half the sum and half the difference of the unknown angles, these angles themselves can ati 3123300 found by adding half the sum to half the difference for the greater, and subtracting half the difference from half the sum for the lesser ; ati 3123300 all the parts of the triangle will be known, except one side, which maybe found by the proportion the sines of the angles are as the opposite sides, Art.